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Tide To Go - Pluma removedora de manchas instantánea
Tide To Go - Pluma removedora de manchas instantánea
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$4.29
$13.0 / oz.
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Tide To Go Mini Instant Stain Remover Pen
Tide To Go Mini Instant Stain Remover Pen
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Stain Remover Pens

Whether you spilled wine on your white dress shirt or your little one got a grass stain just before their school photos, stain remover pens offer portable stain-fighting convenience. These small, pen-like accessories are specially formulated to remove fresh stains from your clothing when you can't get to a washing machine. They're extremely handy in situations where you need to be out in public, saving you both time and embarrassment.

How To Test A Stain Remover Pen

Before you use your stain remover pen, it's a good idea to perform a test on a hidden portion of fabric just in case there is a negative reaction. Take the cap off and press the pen firmly onto the area you want to test until the solution starts to come out. Rub the stain with the tip of the pen and wait a few minutes until the stain-fighting solution slightly dries. Look for any bleaching or other damage, and then you'll know if the pen works for your particular garment. In most cases, the pen is safe for most colorfast, machine-washable fabric. It also works well on dry cleanable clothing, but some fabrics could be more prone to discoloration.

How To Use A Stain Remover Pen

To start the stain removal process, dab or wipe the stain away with a napkin, being careful not to spread it any further. You can lay a paper towel on the stain and then lift it straight up or scrape away thicker stains like sauce or food. Next, push the pen down onto the fabric and make sure enough solution comes out to cover the affected area. Try a few presses down if it does not come out and press the tip straight down rather than at an angle. Next, gently rub the pen into the stain until it appears to lighten.

You may need to reapply the stain remover pen to the fabric if the stain is still present. Wait until the fabric is dry to see how well it's been cleaned. It's important to note that these pens are made for stains that have recently occurred, and they're used as pre-treatment before you can wash your clothing. You will need to wash your clothes in the washing machine to completely remove it. These little stain treatment pens are an extremely convenient way to prevent your clothes from getting ruined by unexpected spills. Keep them in your car, purse, or pocket so you can quickly pre-treat them and save your garments from permanent damage.